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Henry Marie Brackenridge (1786–1871)

Brackenridge, Henry Marie (brak’en-rij). A distinguished American lawyer, historian, and writer of travels, son of Hugh Henry Brackenridge; born at Pittsburgh, PA, May 11, 1786; died at Pensacola, FL, Jan. 18, 1871. He was a judge in Louisiana and Florida; and was United States commissioner to the South American republics in 1817–18. He wrote: ‘History of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain’ (after 1820); ‘Voyage to South America’ (1820); ‘Persons and Places in the West’ (1834); etc.